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Crosswind Farm

Building on a long family tradition of farming, fostered by years of Kevin’s experience in the Dairy industry and Cindy’s knowledge of operations and marketing, it was a natural choice to begin their own family dairy farm operation. In 2006, just 15 minutes east of Peterborough in Keene, Ontario the journey of creating a dairy goat farm began. It started with the reconstruction of their 1800’s barn to create a lovely home for their goats. In March of 2007, after a year of hard work, it was finally time to bring home the does! In just a month, they began shipping raw milk and the rest is history.

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Crosswind Farm

Building on a long family tradition of farming, fostered by years of Kevin’s experience in the Dairy industry and Cindy’s knowledge of operations and marketing, it was a natural choice to begin their own family dairy farm operation. In 2006, just 15 minutes east of Peterborough in Keene, Ontario the journey of creating a dairy goat farm began. It started with the reconstruction of their 1800’s barn to create a lovely home for their goats. In March of 2007, after a year of hard work, it was finally time to bring home the does! In just a month, they began shipping raw milk and the rest is history.

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Crosswind Farm

Building on a long family tradition of farming, fostered by years of Kevin’s experience in the Dairy industry and Cindy’s knowledge of operations and marketing, it was a natural choice to begin their own family dairy farm operation. In 2006, just 15 minutes east of Peterborough in Keene, Ontario the journey of creating a dairy goat farm began. It started with the reconstruction of their 1800’s barn to create a lovely home for their goats. In March of 2007, after a year of hard work, it was finally time to bring home the does! In just a month, they began shipping raw milk and the rest is history.

Image-empty-state.png

Crosswind Farm

Building on a long family tradition of farming, fostered by years of Kevin’s experience in the Dairy industry and Cindy’s knowledge of operations and marketing, it was a natural choice to begin their own family dairy farm operation. In 2006, just 15 minutes east of Peterborough in Keene, Ontario the journey of creating a dairy goat farm began. It started with the reconstruction of their 1800’s barn to create a lovely home for their goats. In March of 2007, after a year of hard work, it was finally time to bring home the does! In just a month, they began shipping raw milk and the rest is history.